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10 stunning wet hairstyle ideas

Are you looking for a way to make your wet hairstyle look goody? Do not worry! We’ve put together the top ten universal wet hairstyles that make you a star no matter where you go! From textured, back to shiny updos and pompadour, wet-look hairstyles continue to rock this season.

Read to find out the light wet hairstyles that you can now master.

1. Slick Wet Look:

Slick wet look

Meet the cleanest and coolest bob the world has ever seen. The artist Rita’s loud, wet face beautifully frames her face and draws her attention to her eyes and her radiant lips.

To restore this slightly peazy hairdo in a wet look, you should first apply a strong gel to your hair and brush it back using a comb with wide teeth. Voila! Such a simple hairstyle still such a statement!

2. Barely Wet:

Barely wet
Hayden Panettiere proves how smooth a bob can look. The actress looks fabulous with her barely wet and slightly dirty hairstyle. Effortless, but quite possible, to copy Hayden’s perfect-imperfect style, start by drying your hair with a light mousse. Then sweep it back with a bristle brush for that smoothed back view. Hayden shows how short-haired girls can look when they want to go outside – double up!

3. Volumizing Wet Look:

Volumizing wet look
The American music sensation Jennifer Lopez shows how cheeky, recedited hair does not have to be perfect. A subtle and super flattering hairstyle in every face shape. JLo pampers her deconstructed look with refined and subtle makeup and a super feminine nude lip. For supple hair like Jennifers, invest in an anti-frizz serum, volume mousse and a few bobby pins behind the ears to hold it back.

4. Slicked Back:

Slicked back
One of our favorite looks by actress Megan Fox was the back-bloated, wet look that turned out to be a style statement.

To copy the freshly done Beachy Hairstyle, start by cushioning your curls. Then dry it roughly. Next, to keep it in place and give it a whole shine, fog with a hair spray of superpower. Combine the look with red lip color and you get a perfect hairstyle for black tie events.

5. The Pompadour:

The pompadour
Here is an edgy style by singer Iggy Azalea, who will work with hair of all lengths. To copy this blonde hairstyle, start by straightening your hair. Hold the top of the hair and push it forward to create the pompadour. Spray a moisturizing hair spray and push a pin backwards to hold the hair.

6. Slicked Back Top:

Slicked back top
Another strong argument for half-wet, semi-dry slickbacks is the fact that actress Jennifer Lawrence looks fresh and radiant. The multi-textured look of deconstructed hair is pretty and playful, and we love Jenny’s dull, two-tone hair color. It is a winning formula.

7. Half Wet, Half Dry:

Half Wet, Half Dry
Glee actress Lea Michele looks striking with her half-wet, half-dry hairstyle. The chic and unfussy hairstyle is our motto for the summer season. With just a little spray through the sides and a bit teasing through the crown, the not-so-wet ends give this style a more conscious feel.

8. Wet, wet hair:

Wet, wet hair
The wet hair of actress Jessica Biel is all about precision. DIY this feminine look, comb all your hair to a firm point in the back of your mind. Spray with a volume spray on the hair shaft as it dries and makes the hair appear thicker. To get the wet look on top, straighten the front part of the hair with a firm gel and blow dry your hair just behind the ears.

9. Slicked Bun:

Slicked bun
Actress and Hottie Jessica Alba’s supple updo is our favorite way to embrace the trend of wet hairstyle. Comb the mousse and paint the head with a large, round brush to keep the hair smooth and polished. Next, add some grip to your hair with a good styling spray and tone the updo with pins to add a real drama to the look.

Now that you have discovered the secret hairstyles for wet hair, try them out at home! And let us know in the comments your favorite look!

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